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George O'Brien

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Biography

San Francisco, California, USA
George was the son of the San Francisco Chief of Police who became a college athlete. He was the Heavyweight Boxing Champion of the Pacific Fleet during World War I. In the early 1920s, George wound up in Hollywood where he worked as a stuntman and part time actor. In 1924, Director John Ford picked virtually unknown George to star in his first picture, The Iron Horse (1924). Over the next two years, he would appear in four more Ford films and would co-star with Janet Gaynor in The Blue Eagle (1926) and Sunrise (1927). Read more...

Actor

Character: Travis / Japheth

Noah's Ark 1928

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Character: Cadet John Randall

Salute 1929

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Character: Buck Duane

The Last of the Duanes 1930

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Character: Cmdr. Robert 'Bob' Kingsley

Seas Beneath 1931

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Character: Tony Bard aka Woodbury

A Holy Terror 1931

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Character: David Lynch / Motano

The Golden West 1932

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Character: Jim Wall

Robbers' Roost 1932

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Character: Neil Rogers

Ever Since Eve 1934

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Character: Michael Wyatt

Frontier Marshal 1934

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Character: Bob McVey

Painted Desert 1938

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Character: Steve Holden

Bullet Code 1940

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Character: Brill Austin

Prairie Law 1940

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Character: Single Voice of the Dead Servicemen

December 7th 1943

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Character: 'Duke' Muldoon

My Wild Irish Rose 1947

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Character: Capt. Sam Collingwood

Fort Apache 1948

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Character: Major Mac Allshard

She Wore a Yellow Ribbon 1949

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Character: Maj. Braden

Cheyenne Autumn 1964

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Character: Himself

Stump the Stars 1947

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Character: Himself

Hollywood 1980

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